Ray Krone: Life after death row

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Aug

Ray Krone was the 100th man to be exonerated from death row in the USA after DNA evidence finally proved his innocence. He spent 10 years in prison in Arizona, with some of that spent on death row, for a crime he didn’t commit. He spoke to us live via Skype from Tennessee, where he now lives, about his experience and his continued fight to end the death penalty. There was also a Q&A session where the audience had the opportunity to speak to Ray yourself.

Life After Death Row

This is his page on the Witness to Innocence website.

He’s also been filmed for a project called One For Ten which deals with 10 of the key problems with the criminal justice system in the US which can lead to wrongful conviction: